HF Lui Digestive and Liver Clinic, which is located at Gleneagles Hospital on Napier Road, Singapore, is a dedicated practice focusing on gastroenterology and hepatology. It provides comprehensive treatment for a wide range of conditions that affect the esophagus and stomach, liver, pancreas and biliary tract, and small and large intestines. These include Crohn's disease, colonic polyp, ulcerative colitis and liver issues as well as digestive disorders, inflammatory bowel, and acid reflux, among others. The clinic, has access to the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, provides compassionate and personalized treatment and strives to deliver the highest level of medical care that meets internationally accepted standards. Among the diagnostic and therapeutic services it provides are endoscopy, colonoscopy, enteroscopy, gastroscopy, and capsule endoscopy. It also offers care for liver transplantation and is fully equipped to handle emergency cases.
The clinic is led by Dr. Lui Hock Foong, a gastroenterologist and hepatologist with more than 16 years of experience. He believes in providing patient-centred treatment. His qualifications include:
- MBBS, National University of Singapore, 1990 (first in class in final MBBS)
- Fellow, Academy of Medicine, Singapore
- Member, Royal College of Physicians (Internal Medicine), London
- Gastroenterology/Hepatology Advanced Specialist Training – Lister Postgraduate Institute (United Kingdom)
- Fellow, Royal College of Physicians (Edinburgh)
Prior to setting up his clinic at Gleneagles Hospital, Dr. Lui worked at Singapore General Hospital (SGH) where he was appointed as a senior consultant physician and gastroenterologist. He remains a visiting consultant at SGH, where he is a part of the liver transplantation team. He also runs the hospital’s liver cirrhosis and portal hypertension clinic.
Dr. Lui is committed to excellence and is driven to continuously improve patient outcomes through continuing education to stay abreast with the latest knowledge and technology.
<p>Dr. Lui Hock Foong is a board-certified gastroenterologist and hepatologist currently practicing at Gleneagles Hospital on Napier Road, Singapore. His qualifications include: </p> <ul> <li>Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, National University of Singapore (he topped his final professional MBBS examination and ranked second during his third professional MBBS examination) </li> <li>Postgraduate training in internal medicine with Singapore's Ministry of Health </li> <li>Advanced specialist training in gastroenterology and hepatology at Lister Postgraduate Institute, the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, the Scottish Liver Transplant Unit, and the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London</li> <li>Appointment, senior consultant physician and gastroenterologist, Singapore General Hospital </li> <li>Recipient, the European Association of Study of the Liver Travelling Fellowship to the 3rd International Consensus Workshop on Portal Hypertension</li> <li>Member, Royal College of Physicians of United Kingdom</li> <li>Fellow, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh</li> <li>Fellow, the Academy of Medicine, Singapore (Gastroenterology)</li> </ul> <p>Aside from his private practice, Dr. Lui is also the: </p> <ul> <li>Medical Director, Mount Elizabeth Liver Transplant Service</li> <li>Chairman, National Foundation for Digestive Disease</li> <li>Visiting Consultant, Singapore General Hospital, and Kobe International Medical Alliance</li> <li>Secretary, the Chapter of Gastroenterology, Academy of Medicine, Singapore</li> <li>Member, the Executive Committee, Gastroenterological Society of Singapore, Asia-Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver Working Party on Portal Hypertension, Ministry of Health Singapore Working Party on Guidelines for Hepatitis B and Guidelines for Hepatocellular Carcinoma and Asia-Pacific Association for Study of the Liver and International Liver Transplant Society</li> </ul> <p>Dr. Lui Hock Foong, who is committed to medical excellence, strives to continuously improve patient outcomes through continuous education and by using only modern technologies and breakthrough methods and procedures.</p>